Vaginal Thrush Symptoms

Vaginal thrush (mateīhi) | Health Navigator NZ

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What are the symptoms of vaginal thrush? · itching or irritation around your vagina and vulva · burning or stinging when weeing · vaginal discharge – this can be ...

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Vaginal Thrush: Overview and More - Verywell Health

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Vaginal Thrush Symptoms · Increased vaginal discharge, usually odorless. Discharge with thrush may be thick and white or thin and watery · Itching ...

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Thrush (genital) - Healthy WA

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Common symptoms of thrush include: a thick white or yellow discharge from the vagina which may or may not have a yeasty smell; stinging pain when passing urine ...

https://healthywa.wa.gov.au/Articles/S_T/Thrush-genital

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What does vaginal thrush look like?

Symptoms you may experience if you develop vaginal thrush include: vaginal discomfort – itching or burning. a thick, white discharge with a 'cottage cheese' appearance and yeasty smell. redness or swelling of the vagina or vulva.

Vaginal thrush - Better Health Channel

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What will happen if thrush is left untreated?

If left untreated, vaginal candidiasis will most likely get worse, causing itching, redness, and inflammation in the area surrounding your vagina. This may lead to a skin infection if the inflamed area becomes cracked, or if continual scratching creates open or raw areas.

Untreated Yeast Infection: Why It Should Be Diagnosed and Treated

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Does vaginal thrush go away on its own?

A mild vaginal yeast infection may go away without treatment. If you have mild symptoms, you may want to wait to see if that happens. If you're not pregnant and you know that your symptoms are caused by a yeast infection, you can treat it yourself with an over-the-counter antifungal medicine.

Vaginal Yeast Infection: Should I Treat It Myself? | Michigan Medicine

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How long does vaginal thrush last?

You'll usually need antifungal medicine to get rid of thrush. This can be a tablet you take, a tablet you insert into your vagina (pessary) or a cream to relieve the irritation. Thrush should clear up within 7 to 14 days of starting treatment. You do not need to treat partners unless they have symptoms.

Thrush in men and women - NHS

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